Author Archives: Colin

Grieving Through Writing

When I wrote my first book, Just J, I was grieving the loss of my dad, who was taken by cancer in 2003. There’s an Irish thing about whatever you’re going through, someone else has it worse. With that in … Continue reading

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Waiting for Love

Waiting for Love by Colin Frizzell   Love never arrives when you want her to.   He’s like a playful child losing all sense of the hour; lost in wonder, adventure and curiosity.   Try not to worry. She’s having … Continue reading

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Tweed Library Visit

On Thursday, April 25th, 2019, I was honoured to give a presentation at the Tweed Public Library. A special thank you to Raymond Brassard, the staff and organizers at Tweed Public Library, Shannon Binder for the wonderful article in The … Continue reading

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A Prisoner of Space and Time, by Colin Frizzell

A Prisoner of Space and Time. I am no longer a prisoner of space and time. I move effortlessly through the endless moment. I can choose any point as easily as flipping through photos. Or any point can choose me. … Continue reading

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Short Film, “Old Friends”

Just over a week ago, Rob Fulton (Hemlock Grove, Murdoch Mysteries) Louis Thomas and myself, Colin Frizzell (Chill, Lavender), decided to see if we could create a 3 minute drama/thriller in time for Halloween. Long story short, here’s the world premier of, “Old Friends” a 3-minute … Continue reading

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Signing, September 24th, 2017, at Word On The Street!

The Sunday, September 23rd, 2017, Peggy Frizzell (aka, Mum) will be selling and signing copies of her book, Such Little Time: A Collection of Love Letters, at Word of the Street in Toronto, Ontario, at the Harbourfront Centre. It’s supposed … Continue reading

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‘Just J’

JUST J (Just J was written with the financial aid of the Toronto Arts Council and Self-Employment Benefit.) “Jenevieve, 13, is dealing with issues that are causing her life to spin out of control. Her mom has just passed away, … Continue reading

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‘Chill’

CHILL (Chill was written with the financial aid of Self-Employment Benefit.) Grade 7 Up— “Chill is a talented artist. He also has a disability, a crippled leg. It has been a significant issue in his life, but it has made … Continue reading

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Now for Something Completely Different.

Now for something completely different: me attempting to perform a character’s song from a novel I’m writing.  

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A Poem About Love and Saying, I Do: ‘All Things and Nothing at All’

Aired on February 12th, 2017, on 99.3 County FM, The County Writes . . . The County Reads, hosted by Lynn Pickering. Listen here:   I wrote this for my fiancée, for our wedding. Years later she told me that she was in … Continue reading

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